Stocks tumbled on Monday as technology giants sank on potential regulatory scrutiny and a backlash from consumers worried about their privacy.
Stocks soared on Monday on speculation that possible trade talks between the U.S. and China will avert a trade war, with the Dow Jones seeing its biggest one-day point gain since 2008.
Losses accelerated for U.S. stocks amid a day of sharp volatility after President Donald Trump unveiled his tariffs on China and the departure of his chief legal eagle John Dowd.
Stocks posted sharp losses Thursday with the Dow shedding 1,033 points, as higher interest rates continued to rattle investors.
Stocks bounced back Tuesday in another day of volatility on Wall Street, as the Dow swung through triple-digit gains and losses on the heels of a historic sell-off.
Wall Street continued a broad selloff Monday, as the Dow plunged a record 1,175 points amid inflation fears.
U.S. stocks plunged Monday — with the blue-chip Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbling more than 1,000 points — as investors extended the market’s selloff on Friday.